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to her parents but the united states department now says that she will not be returned because the two countries have not signed the abduction agreement when that girl was adopted. >>> police and students clash in montreal doing a protest concerning tuition hikes. these protests have caused many schools to close down temporarily. police stepped in arresting some of the people and they fired off the tear gas canisters. time now to start the 5:00 hour.
a golden ring around the edges. people in western united states got to see the spectacular site. unfortunately we did not. >> we had cloud cover this morning. couldn't see it. >> i wish i lived on the west coast. >>> we have showers. you have a question? >> are you kidding me? >>> as we see the showers and storms across the area this morning, as you head out and about, grab the rain gear, you are going to need it. temperature wise, we are nice and mild, 65 degrees baltimore, 63 63 ' stone. a little bit breezy this morning, the winds east at 123 miles 13 miles per hour in baltimore, 12 in york. that's scenario throughout the day. let's talk about the weather pattern, well, we have a cold front back towards the west, responsible for the severe weather that happened across the middle of the nation. this will begin to work off towards the east, but as we take our eye to the south, there is the tropical storm alberto, charlie was eluding to. tropical storm alberto, the winds sustain at 40 miles per hour, this is a minimal tropical storm and the track off towards the north and east,
over the oldest bishop cross in the united states to his successor. he introduced lorie to the ba sill basilica. >> it's with deep gratitude with our father that we welcome lorie to the archdiocese of baltimore. i've known arch bishop lorie for many years and has been impressed by so many have by his deep love for the church and the people and his extraordinary work as bishop of bridgeport and as a valued leader on behalf of the united states council of catholic bishops. reporter: we mentioned a huge crowd is expected here, 2000 people. that includes 400 priests, 80 bishops and four cardinals. if you do have tickets to this event, you can show up at 11:00. the ceremony, begin, -- again, begins at 2:00. back to you, charley. >>> an attempt to show down a proposed tax increase has proven successful. the bill passed the state senate yesterday and appears almost certain to do the same in the house of delegates today. house democrats say the one passed during the regular session didn't do enough to preserve vital state services. coming up this morning at 5:00 you'll hear from the speaker o
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